Like so many companies, JD McGeown rose from humble beginnings that are far removed from what it is today. However, the company is still family owned and run, with James McGeown, son of the company founder, now Managing Director, and his sister, Emer Patterson, the company’s Finance Director.
From the sole trader in 1961, the company now employs 90 dedicated and highly trained staff across three offices – the Belfast headquarters alongside those in L’Derry and Dublin.
In managing expansive projects across all industry sectors our clients have enjoyed the simplicity, ease of management and cost efficiencies gained through engaging with us as a single, specialised contractor delivering bespoke end to end solutions. Our company strives towards providing innovative answers to drive down costs at the time of installation as well as provision of an on-going fully integrated Facilities Management service. We ensure that our solutions provide significant Opex reductions for the years ahead.
Explore this site to view projects that JD McGeown has been involved in across the following sectors:
Community & Ecclesiastical
Hospitality & Leisure
Our vision is to be at the centre of your digital world. We’re here to help you work, play and learn, to connect everyone and everything, from large cities to small villages. We’re opening up new digital experiences for you across TV, home phone, mobile and fibre broadband, and we’re the first company in Ireland to offer you all of these services together.
Everything we do is built around our customers. You’re an essential part of our vision of a brighter, modern and more dynamic future together.
The fastest broadband in Ireland
Think less streaming, more flying with the fastest broadband speeds in Ireland. We’re talking a game changing 1GB of speed with eir Extreme. It’s now available and it’s coming soon to your home. In the meantime you can still enjoy superfast speeds of up to 100Mb through eir Fibre.
Specify Magazine: About us
For more than 35 years Specify has been regarded as the leading publication for the Northern Irish Construction Industry. Each issue delivers in-depth, innovative editorial coverage and aims to inform and support the industry it serves. Priority is given to local, Northern Irish news and we feature expert articles, analysis and opinion pieces from respected individuals who know and understand the local market.